Manicure: Shocking pink Layla Cosmetics nail polish with black stamping nail art

I had received a Layla Cosmetics nail polish in my July Vellvette box and, believe me, it is a seriously virulent, shocking pink. There is no way I'll wear that alone and, having never used Layla before, I wanted to try out the formula.
So I "subtled it up" with the messiest stamping image I could find and Konad Special Polish in black, and here are the results.
I can't find a shade name for the Layla Cosmetics polish; it just says No 5 and NF31 on the bottom, and Made in Italy on the side; and I don't know which collection this is from either - any nailies who can help??
I would rate the formula alongside some of the runnier/streakier Essies. It is a very opaque polish, though - in just one coat. By the way, I've had some nail breakage, which explains the lack of length and decent shape.
P.S. The photographs and overcast outdoors have made the colour a lot subtler!
  1. The colour looks really pretty in the pictures. Even if it is much brighter, I think its a good colour. Looks nice on your fingers :)

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    1. Eeeep! You're being too kind and polite lol. The cloudy outdoors didn't bring it out, but you can see that colour from outer space with the n@ked eye!

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  2. Love the color. I think it'l look great on toes, especially for summer

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    1. Good idea...and I could apply shatter black or something if it still jarred on the toes!

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  3. That looks really cool! :)

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    1. Lol thank you! I love stamping!

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  4. That's Awesome .. <3'ed it - Very Pretty stuff dear :)

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  5. Your nails are lovely. I love the polish and design on them

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    1. They're yet to recover from some unexpected breakage, but thank you for the kind words x

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